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Rosemary Hipkins. Methodological Overview.
Research Report no. 1.
New Zealand Council for Educational Research for Constructive Conversations/Korero Whakaaetanga
Biotechnologies, dialogue and informed decision-making, December 2004

Rosemary Hipkins and Rosemary Du Plessis. Research Strategies to
Facilitate Public Participation in Discussion of Genetic Testing and Bio banking: A Summary.

Research Report no. 2.
Constructive Conversations/Korero Whakaaetanga
Biotechnologies, dialogue and informed decision-making, December 2004

Rosemary Du Plessis, Anne Scott and Te Kopere Team: Hazel Phillips, Fiona Cram, Bevan Tipene-Matua, Murry Parsons and Trina Taupo.
The Social, Cultural, Ethical and Spiritual Implications of Genetic Testing: Preliminary findings.

Research Report no. 3
Constructive Conversations/Korero Whakaaetanga
Biotechnologies, dialogue and informed decision-making, December 2004

Joanna Goven, Fiona Cram and Jane Gilbert. Eliciting Complementary
Expertise on Genetic Testing in Aotearoa New Zealand: Working paper.

Research Report no. 4.
Complementary Expertise Team
Constructive Conversations/Korero Whakaaetanga
Biotechnologies, dialogue and informed decision-making, December 2004

Jennifer Molina, Balancing Risks: The Framing of Human Genetics in Online News Media.
Research Report no. 5
Constructive Conversations/Korero Whakaaetanga,
Biotechnologies, dialogue and informed decision-making, February 2004

Jennifer Molina, Genetic Privacy Issues in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Research Report no. 6
Constructive Conversations/Korero Whakaaetanga
Biotechnologies, dialogue and informed decision-making, June 2005

Talking About Genetic Testing: Information for participants
Research Report no. 7
Produced by the Participation Sub-team
Constructive Conversations/Korero Whakaaetanga
Biotechnologies, dialogue and informed decision-making, 2005

Joanna Goven, Implicaitons of Genetic Testing for the Workplace and ACC
Findings from interviews by the Complementary Expertise Sub-team
Research Report no. 8
Constructive Conversations/Korero Whakaaetanga
Biotechnologies, dialogue and informed decision-making, June 2005

Preliminary Economic Evaluation of Biopharming in New Zealand.

Research Report no. 10. William Kaye-Blake, Caroline Saunders and Louise Ferguson.

Biobanking in Aotearoa: A Case Study of the New Zealand Rare Disease Biobank Operated by the NZ Institute for Rare Disease Research Ltd.

Research Report no.11. Rosemary Du Plessis

Animal Biopharming in New Zealand: Drivers, Scenarios and Practical Implications.

Research Report no.12. Joanna Goven, Lesley Hunt, David Shamy and Jack A. Heinemann.